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  1. One of the reasons that I have not used ball type pens is that I do not like to throw away the writing tip when I change my ink. I have fantasies that in the distant future our descendants will mine old garbage tips for all those platinum balls. Last week I had the opportunity of using a Monteverde One Touch. This uses a cartridge converter so is refillable from an ink bottle. It is the first ball pen I got on with. It does not require being pressed to the paper like most ball points, the weight of the pen is enough. Would it be classified as a "fountain pen"? I found it very smooth. It starts
  2. Can anybody help me identify what pen this is? I have a couple of pictures. It's an Enzo Varini roller ball pen, made of black lacquer and with a gold finish.
  3. I have a customer who wanted a custom roller ball pen, but it had to be no more than 125mm in length and 12mm in diameter, based on your typical Schmidt roller ball cartridge (110mm long). He also wanted the cap and body to have flush sides with a taper to post the cap to the body. In my research I found no plans for such a pen, advice being to go develop your own. Truth be told, I've made three prototypes as my customer and I worked out the details, and I am in the process of doing the final in dark tortoise celluloid (too expensive and scarce to make mistakes with). I am including pictures o
  4. I am trying to identify this roller ball pen. There are absolutely no markings on it so I realize this is a long shot but if anyone recognizes the photo, I would appreciate any available information, including manufacturer, style or model, price and date of introduction. Thanks in advance for your help!
  5. http://vision2lead.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/IMG_1533-e1398173246293.jpg Get ready for Earth Day! See this post on Pens w/ a Refillable Life. Be an eco-writer! http://bit.ly/1gOodiE
  6. I am looking for a Visconti Voyager Kaleido Honey Almond Roller Ball. I have two FPs but would rather have 1 each FB and RB....
  7. I am trying to catalogue my pens. I have these two but no information on either except the manufacturer's name (one is Think and one is Jean Pierre Lepine). The Think rollerball is designed with white, yellow, black and red rectangles. I think the Jean Pierre Lepine may be in the Samba collection since it was that distinctive clip. I searched online for the Samba collection but didn't find one with this color: green, red, blue, yellow and black "confetti" look. I can find nothing from a Google search that matches either pen. Can anyone provide any information? Knowing the name of the





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